Jay-Z and Beyoncé clearly aren't afraid to revisit their rocky past.
The highly-anticipated video to JAY-Z's track all about his infidelities, Family Feud, has finally been released on Friday!
But that's not all: Jay Z also opens up in a really transparent verse about his infidelity and his marriage with Beyoncé-just like he did in "4:44," (that's also the title track for the record that "Family Feud" features on). In the church scenes, Beyoncé waits for him at the altar while he walks with 5-year-old Blue Ivy. "We started making music together". In one of the lines on "Family Feud", Jay-Z raps, "Yeah, I'll fuck up a good thing if you let me/Let me alone, Becky", referring to the infamous "He better call Becky with the good hair", line from Beyoncé's "Sorry". See more photos from the "Family Feud" video here. He emphasized that they worked side-by-side on the albums and admitted that the experience was painful for them.
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"I see you, I love you", the rapper said to Cruz before asking audience members to help Cruz make her way onto the stage. So you go into survival mode, and when you go into survival mode, what happens?
He added, "In my case, like it's, it's deep". While the video seems to be a full-on family affair, there's no sign of twins Rumi and Sir in the teaser, but perhaps the 7-month-olds will make their debut in the full version.